Live365 Introduces Android App
Foster City, CA - Jul 7, 2011 - Live365 released its free Internet radio application for the Android platform. Users of Android smartphones have access, via Live365, to thousands of online streams, as well as features such as presets, a search engine (by genre, artist and other fields) and access to station Web pages.
While the app is free to download, users can also upgrade to what Live365 calls VIP membership, which provides access to streams with fewer commercials, and other reserved content.
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